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The Music

FATBOY SLIM "The Weekend Starts Here"

This track is played over the opening credits of EP1 and throughout the first part of the cafe scene - where TV’s Tim & Daisy meet for the first time. It is from FB Slim’s lesser known, first album. Indeed, I understand that even noted ‘Spaced-fan’ Zoe Ball failed to recognise its inclusion.

David Holmes "Gritty Shaker"
from the album ‘LET’S GET KILLED’

This is the funky “little mother” which starts underneath Simon’s baby photos and accompanies the entire street scene where Tim & Daisy run through each other’s personal details.

MERCURY REV "Delta Sun Bottle Neck Stomp" (Chemical Brothers Remix)
from compilation album ‘ THIS IS CHILLOUT’
1999 Beechwood Music
Original version on ‘DESERTER SONGS’ 1998 V2

This track is clearly heard when Daisy is dropped off outside by a mincab outside 23 Meteor Street with all her belongings. It continues into the next scene when Daisy is clearing up.
The Chemical Brothers remix used, bears almost no resemblance to the original track from Mercury Rev’s ‘Deserter Songs’ - which if you don’t have it already, this is an essential album.

TAI - FUN "Space Food"
also from ‘THIS IS CHILLOUT’ 1999 Beechwood Music

This spooky little ditty pops up during the kitchen table scene where Tim & Daisy have a glass of wine with Brian for the first time.

Any other music in this Ep either comes courtesy of Mr Pratt or is library music. Apart from ‘Getting To Know You’ , but you didn’t come here for Rodgers & Hammerstein did you?

Copyright © Nick Lee 1999-2002.
Spaced is © Channel 4 Television.